I've always loved 'Cedro'. But this is a new level. It's made only from Tuscan varieties. You get a lovely aroma of Sangiovese - cherries and ripe fruits, warmth, some herbs and earthy tones, which then reveal sweet and sour black cherries surrounded by fresh flower petals, wild herbs and touch of mint. It's wonderful to have this much typicity, but also generosity, without it being in new oak or being overworked. It's such a pleasure when you raise a glass of wine to your nose and it fills you with good aromas and a sense of joy. It really does. I'm very impressed. Bravo!
From the beautiful Lavacchio estate, a champion not just of organic farming but of the organic lifestyle, and as well as vines, the Lottero's grow olives, heritage grains, vegetables and keep bees. Lavacchio has become one of the best sources for affordable Chiantis speaking with Dante-esque eloquence of both the sangiovese variety and the cooler Rufina terroir, and as well as their delicious 'Cedro', their best-we've-tasted olive oil are also well worth adding to your list.